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plastic coins inside pumpkin that. and a link between diabetes and certain cancers. that in this afternoon's medical alert. >> we are keeping an eye on the front moving to the northeast. it will bring significant drops in the temperatures. first, and live look downtown. scattered clouds, 67 degrees, 63 at bwi. at bwi. >> in consumer alerts, social security benefits and to increase next year. not by much. the american institute for economic research estimates participants can expect an increase of 1.5% to 0.7%. that is less than the cost-of- living increase the received earlier this year. this administration will announce the exact 2013 benefit increase sometime next week. greco recall and thousands of high chairs. the recall includes 3000 a classic would high chairs and the united states. about 3400 and canada. the seats can become detached or loose from the base causing a hazard for the child. nine incidents reported in which children fell as the seat became detached, resulting in bombs, scratches and one concussion. consumers -- resulting in bumps, scratches and one concussion. and the w
of dealing with diabetes all too well, their personal stories and how they plan to help find a cure that's next. >>> another health alert, this is about the disease that's about to face half the u.s. population in the next year. nearly 28 million americans already live with diabetes. this weekend our own will be mcs. they sit down and talk about being daddy's girls are such a special mission to them. >> it's about being family. >> absolutely. your dad, your dad, my mom. >> my father died of diabetes, his father died of diabetes and died because he could not walk. he was basically handicapped which meant he could not work anymore so he went bankrupt. he went blind from the vascular problems. he regained his eyesight through eye surgery. but again it was a lot of lost contact with the outside world. his kidneys started failing. it just was one complication after the next. last year about this time he had his leg amputated and he did not have good blood circulation and he ended up dying. but with that, we have some good news because your dad is controlling his diabetes. >> my father with a
study linking a chronic skin disorder and diabetes. we're going to tell you who is at risk. our medical team is here just ahead. >> and new concerns about the housing recovery. why some analysts say banks are responding too slowly to rising mortgage demands, and what this could mean for the markets and your bottom line. >> plus, is it a sign of the times or a disturbing trend? why scientists are saying boys are entering puberty earlier than ever. [ humming ] [ humming ] [ male announcer ] kraft macaroni & cheese. you know you love it. >> as we told you down in the sunshine state, we want to give you a live look at the campaign event in st. augustine, florida, where vice president joe biden is speaking. florida, of course, a crucial swing state for both campaigns. if you'd like to hear vice president biden's remarks, the event is streaming live on our website, foxnews.com. >> one more person has been found dying from fungal meningitis linked to tainted steroid injections. the death toll stands at 21. the growing outbreak, which spans 16 states now, has beening linked to an injectable ste
diabetes. >>> channel 9 in the house. >> volunteers might be a little tired after walking for the cause today. we'll take you there. >> and warmer temperatures are on the way. erica has the fo >>> some 1600 people turned out for a walk to stop diabetes. andrea and monica and jessica co-hosted the event up. their team daddy's girl was one of 255 teams that helped the american diabetes association raise more than $356,000. >>> we're so excited. this is a beautiful day. you know it is a personal reason. my mother was diagnosed with type 2 in 2002. i'm here walking for her and i'm so proud of her. >> i'm here for my dad who has type 2 diabetes. i'm so proud of my dad for keeping it under control for almost 20 years. yes, dad, i love you. >> i'm here for my father jim doyle who passed away about a year ago. we love him and miss him and it is a great day. you can beat this disease. >> the american diabetes association says one in three children after the year 2000 will be affected by diabetes. >> well represented. good for them. i was glad i could bring them great weather for it. >> great wea
diabesity? it's diabetes and obesity put together. the car dealership has the staff feeling glamorous. >> reporter: at the car showroom in bethesda, you're struck by the glitz, shiny new luxury vehicles and an atmosphere that exudes sexy. but this slim handsome sales manager wasn't like this. >> i hated having to hold my breath to tie my shoes. i mean, i just couldn't get all the way down there and continue it. it just was a progression, you know? every year, it got a little bit worse or put on a few more pounds. >> reporter: in fact, not only has greg kept the weight off for over a year, but he inspires eleven coworkers to do it too. >> i lost 29 pounds. >> 45 pounds. >> 70 pounds. >> 41 pounds. >> 70 pounds in five months. >> yay! >> reporter: all together, that's nearly 500 pounds. and the weight loss has had other benefits. >> all the diabetes medicine the doctors had me on, even opened a bottle for that at all. >> you're not diabetic at all anymore. >> not at all. >> reporter: body tech, getting weighed and measured weekly consulting can owner larry kay to change eating habits. >
and a heavy presence there will be st. joseph's medical center. one thing we'll touch on is diabetes and other health related issues. eva gonzalez, you're from the diabetes center. let's talk about diabetes and how baby boomers, how does that affect them. >> it affects them in that they are at higher risk not just because of the aging process, but obesity is driving the pref lense of type 2 and there are a lot of things we can do to inform people who are coming to the event but it is just important to know that those two things combined are definitely increasing the pref lense that we see for type 2. >> how does diet play a role in type 2 diabetes? >> diet is one of the most important factors that can contribute to your weight, so you know, a lot of what we do is provide support and education in terms of what are the best things to look for in a healthy diet, what are the best things to avoid. we're always helping people to read labels because it is confusing and sometimes there are too many things on there, so we devote a whole class for that. nutrition in terms of what should i do if i eat o
are honored again to emcee the step out walk to stop diabetes at national harbor. it's taking place this saturday. >> we invite you to join us in our efforts to stop a disease that afflicts 26 million americans and is growing. >> why are we so involved in fighting diabetes? the reason couldn't get much more personal. >> it's about family. >> absolutely. your dad, my dad, your mom. all different types of stories. obviously it's been a year since my father passed away and that's been hard and i learned a lot of lessons about grieving and about watching a parent get sick during that time period, but i think we also have some really encouraging stories here. your father's managing his condition? >> he is. i'm proud of him. in his generation first of all to even admit that you have this particular problem isn't so easy to deal with. but as he's gotten older and he's got adult children, he's realized okay, i have a lot to live for and i need to manage this. so my father only i think a year ago joined a gym and that's huge for us. i'm really proud of him about that. >> with my mother it ca
life. phillips'. that was me... the day i learned i had to start insulin for my type 2 diabetes. me... thinking my only option was the vial and syringe dad used. and me... discovering once-daily levemir® flexpen®. flexpen® is prefilled. doesn't need refrigeration for up to 42 days. no drawing from a vial. dial the exact dose. inject by pushing a button. flexpen® is insulin delivery... my way. levemir® (insulin detemir [rdna origin] injection) is a long-acting insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults and children with diabetes and is not recommended to treat diabetic ketoacidosis. do not use levemir® if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. the most common side effect is low blood sugar which may cause symptoms such as sweating, shakiness, confusion and headache. severe low blood sugar can be serious and life threatening. ask your healthcare provider about alcohol use, operating machinery, or driving. other possible side effects include injection site reactions. tell your healthcare provider about all medicines you take and all of your medical co
. if you google dual disorder, you will see hypertension and diabetes, but you never hear problems in treating those two disorders. i think the reason is doctors, nurses, pharmacists are educated in both, and, very importantly, the money comes out of the same pot. so, so often there's a separate pot for mental health money and substance abuse money, and it has produced an unnecessary, really divisive conflict in the education and in the delivery of people. yes, and all the way down to the community level where there are demonstration projects to use evidence-based practices in substance abuse or in mental health disorders. communities get funding from the federal government to do these demonstration projects, but the funds have been-in the past, at least-siloed, so that they could only address one or the other at the same time. i think one of the reasons that the demonstration grants have been separate is because, indeed, the insurance financing has also been separate, and it's an important thing to keep in mind. there's also another issue that we also have to keep in mind that we'
film the soda-loving family gets more and more overweight. papa bear loses a leg due to diabetes and has erect i'll dysfunction. it features an award winning song from jason moratz. michael jacobson is the head of the public science -- he joins me now from washington. good to see you again, michael. >> good to see you. thank you for having me. >> important topic, as you know. we do a lot of reporting on this, and let me get right to it. we know sugar-sweetened beverages lead to overweight and obesity, and we also seem to have known that for a long time. why now make this movie? people will say sugar consumption is, many of the, maybe already going down, albeit slowly? >> yes, but sugar and soda consumption are going down slowly, but the scientific community has been doing studies and reached really a consensus that soft drinks are the one food or beverage that's been demonstrated to cause weight gain and obesity, and if we're going to deal with this obesity epidemic, that is the place to start. on the one hand, we see just coca-cola, forget pepsi and the other companies -- just c
of the earth. and a fall tradition in chicago. the ron santo walk to cure diabetes. and this year there were some familiar faces in the crowd. break [ female announcer ] with swiffer dusters a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done. i'm gonna read one of these. i'm gonna read one of these! [ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags swiffer 360 duster's extender gets into hard-to-reach places without the hassle. so you can get unbelievable dust pickup in less time without missing a thing. i love that book. can you believe the twin did it? ♪ ♪ swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. e re y he jumped from a balloon more than 24 mi. above the earth and he landed on his feet >> in roswell, new mexico
morning. andrea, monika yours truly all proud to again emcee the stepout walk to stop diabetes. we have the hands there on the screen. the event begins at 8:00 a.m., the walk is at 10:00. to sign up go to this website. stepout.diabetes.org or register as the day of the walk at national harbor. >> and we will see you there. >> yeah. >> and we'll all get off the couch. be running past us. >> all for a great cause and a great day. we'll see you after the break too. >> bye. >>> welcome back. your weather first at 5:44. we've got bus stop forecast right foul and looking at temperatures this morning they're up there in the 50s and 60s, still the isolated shower now and we could be looking at temperatures later on -- later on into the 70s. hey control room flip that prompter monitor for me will you? we've got temperatures as i said 50s and 60s now. they're going to be headed up into the 70s this afternoon. probably lower, maybe mid 70s. we still have a threat for a few showers, isolated thunder this morning. basically south and east of town the heaviest stuff there. by noon partly sunny 68. so
that childhood is a magical time. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight loss. if you have any of these signs, please call your doctor. early detection can save your life. give to save lives and reach for the cure. call now or log on to childrensdiabetesfoundation.org.
chef shares stories about diabetes in his family and how it's affected his career. we'll be right back. >>> it is 6:41 and 55 degrees. timesaver traffic. generally speaking we've got all this red and yellow around town. it's just the slow traffic and a couple of small incidents. one westbound at m street. on the inbound of 66, you see the yellow. it's just slow, normal stuff as you travel in manassas into centreville and off and on into fairfax and vienna, that length there. as long as the lanes are open and you can make it to work, i think that's okay. let's take a live look at the northbound side of 395 where you've got the brake lights beginning at duke street. this is continuous to seminary road. once you're at the 14th street bridge, all the lanes are open and it looks good. this time to the other side. no problems on 95 coming in from baltimore, route 32, 29 in from columbia and the bw parkway as you travel into greenbelt is fine. we'll take a look at the beltway near colesville road. slow traffic off and on leaving 95 through silver spring. 270 southbound also very heavy from 85
studies show psoriasis could become a lot more serious. how the disorder is related now to diabetes. >> a cold front's coming our way. at that time moment we're on the verge of this cold front. you see the clouds associated with the front. you see some spots of green here and there. mostly just sprinkles. they come and go. the last image there between schaffers town and hagers town. there are a little bit of activity there, a few sprinkles, or a light shower. that's about it. this front is not going to be known for its rain. it's going to be known for its temperature change. humidity 78%, not terribly humid for the early morning chill. 29.85, barometer's falling as the front approaches. southwest wind bringing in those relatively mild temperatures this morning running about six miles an hour. by late afternoon the temperature will be different. let's give you a look at temperatures now. mostly in the 60s to near 70. you see the green changes to blues as you get out west. mchenry 47 now. temperatures beginning to fall. we get a high this afternoon of low 70s around much of the area.
initially just to control side effects. >> it is the most commonly used diabetes drug in the country. >> this doctor talks about the drug, millions using the medication to control diabetes. and when doctors started to look closely at all the patients they saw something striking. >> when they looked at these large groups of diabetics, they saw that those individuals who were taking the drug had a lower risk of cancers, certain types of cancers and also a lower mortality associated with the cancers. >> it is fascinating. >> the doctor says the tumors feed on insulin, and this drug works to lower the insulin levels, and by attacking the cancer cells. so now she is launching clinical trials to see if it can be effective. >> the question is, do we use it in patients once they have measurable disease, and you know, use it at that point. should we use it when people are in remission? we don't really know. >> what we do know is this, based on 20 years of data is that side effects are minor and rare. and while cancer drugs can cost tens of thousands, metforeman is barely ten cents a day. >> a
full bellies, but they're starved. >> reporter: food deserts contribute to high rates of diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. the problem is particularly acute in areas where the only option for food shopping is a small neighborhood convenience store. >> we really need to care about the entire person, holistically. if we're just caring about a person's soul, their spiritual part, then we're not really caring about people. >> reporter: kevin brown grew up in holly grove, another neighborhood devastated by hurricane katrina. his father was the pastor of a church in the neighborhood. >> in our community, there was a high incidence of heart disease, diabetes and food-related illnesses. and so we envisioned using space that had been ruined by katrina in a new way, repurposing this old nursery to become a farm and market so that we can feed the people of the community and take care of some of those food-related illnesses. >> reporter: brown's project receives funds from trinity christian church and tulane university. >> we have a discount for community residents. one of the be
reportes de 11 millones de dólares. >> este fin de semana una camioneta por la diabetes 1 y que afecta a los niños. >> flavio con los detalles. >> una batalla por la supervivencia aprender a saber, el contenido de los alimentos, sumar y realizar exámenes para que el niño pueda vivir cada día. >> carlos fernando tiene 2 años de edad y a los 7 fue diagnosticado por diabetes tipo 1 y desde ahí cambió la vida de su familia. >> tenemos un hijo a los 3 días se levantaba mucho al baño y mi esposo y yo dijimos algo esto no está bien. >> los pequeños pudieran llegar a perder la batalla contra la vida. >> ahora nuestra vida es cálculos, jeringas y ahora cuando tienes un bebé tienes tu paño ler y nosotros en cuanto salimos salimos con el maletín. >> sus amigos lo conocen como el terrón cito de azúcar y tiene que inyectoarse insulina en todo momento. >> en el día cuesta sent diferen irse diferente, pero todavía que ya te acostumbras ya no te sientes difrnl diferente. >> 13 mil niños en estados unidos tiene esta enfermedad. >> carlos fernando aprendió a aceptar su destino y su
somete a una nueva cirugía que promete curar la diabetes tipo 2. >>> llega a su fin el matrimonio de jenni rivera con el pelotero esteban loaiza, esto y más ahora mismo en primer impacto!!!! ♪. >>> hola, ¿qué tal?, muy buenas tardes, bienvenidos a primer impacto, les saluda bárbara bermudo. >>> también pamela silva conde, más adelante verá qué tiene que decirle laura zapata a thalia después que la acusara de mentirosa. >p>>pero comenzamos en la florida, donde el mal olor llamó la atención de las autoridades. >>> los insoportables olores que emanaban de esta casa en santa ana, llevó a las autoridades del condado de orange a descubrir una escena, 23 gatos, 1 perico y un perro que vivían en sus propios excrementos. >>> creo que eso está muy malo. >>>ppor si fuera poco, dentro de la vivienda, en la suciedad, vivían familias latinas, dos mujeres madres de 2 menores una de las adolescentes de 16 está embarazada. >>> claro que sí hicieron lo correcto, en la forma que lo hicieron, le hicieron un bien a la familia. >>> inmediatamente los menores que estaban en la casa, fuer
. >>> our time coming up on 6:37. when the news continues, find out how you can take a walk against diabetes and get some exercise at the same time. >> we love that. >> plus, if you're in the market for some new electronics, you'll want to check out my daily deals when we come back. >>> welcome back. it's 6:41. 66 degrees. we have a pretty serious situation right now in burke. a head-on collision on burke lake road at lee chapel road right in the intersection there. you might just want to avoid it all together and either use route 644 or shiplett boulevard. the accident right in the center of burke. keep that in mind for your travel plans. it will slow you down. 66 is incident free. just slow out of manassas and centreville and just a bit in fairfax. we take a live look outside and show you what it looks like on the northbound side of i-95. overall delays pretty normal as you head into quantico. then across the occoquan river, off and on from dale city now as you head over toward spring field. 395 by the way looks okay. a little bit of slow traffic in landmark as usual around duke street tow
failure and diabetes and wound up in the hospital twice ais year. l twice a laundry list of follow-up instructions and fedications. so you have to deal with all this stuff. this is a lot of-- a lot of medications. a lot to remember. >> yeah, it is. >> reporter: eckloff is fortunate. f isas a home health care worker to help him. what do you think it would be like for you if you had to keep y with all this by yourself? >> if you don't take a service like this you'll end up become you'llhospital. and that's true. >> reporter: federal officials ere concerned that many medicare patients fail to get the necessary follow-up care and end up being readmitted to the hospital, often in the same tnth. so the government is now penalizing hospitals for excessive readmissions in three areas: patients recovering from rart failure, heart attacks, or pneumonia. in a problem hospital, if a m hosped patient comes back within 30 days, there's a 1% enalty. na200 hospitals-- roughly two- thirds of those receiving medicare-- will forfeit money. tw care--1% of a hospital's medicare reimbursement. eimbexamp
problems. the skin condition siriasis and type 2 diabetes, but a new study shows there is a link. doctors are taking note. >> i have a spot right there. >> that itchy patch, she has been suffering with it for 16 years. >> it takes a toll on my life daily. i have my good days and my bad days. it is very depressing. >> it is caused by an imbalance in the immune system. it affects 2-4% of the population. patients like brenda have the host of other health issues the need to keep their eye on, including a new one. >> it is an independent risk factor for heart disease, stroke, having obesity, depression, and now they're finding that if you have severe psoriasis, your twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes. we think that is due to inflammation in the bloodstream. eventually, a type 2 diabetes. >> although the risk is fairly low, they should be screened. >> i am going to start looking into the type 2 diabetes. >> it is amazing what we are learning. we should view it as a systemic disease. it highlights that primary care doctors and dermatologist need to look together to treat the patient as a
. their research is helping to develop better drugs to fight diseases like diabetes, cancer and depression. >>next the undercover investigation into the mistreatment of dairy cows in the midwest and the major company selling their products. we're live on the story. and later in lunchbreak: a preview of this weekend's oyster fest. how to properly shuck an oyster with the chef from shaw's crab house! that was me... the day i learned i had to start insulin for my type 2 diabetes. me... thinking my only option was the vial and syringe dad used. and me... discovering once-daily levemir® flexpen®. flexpen® is prefilled. doesn't need refrigeration for up to 42 days. no drawing from a vial. dial the exact dose. inject by pushing a button. flexpen® is insulin delivery... my way. levemir® (insulin detemir [rdna origin] injection) is a long-acting insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults and children with diabetes and is not recommended to treat diabetic ketoacidosis. do not use levemir® if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. the most common side effect is low blood sugar which may c
, high cholesterol, low good cholesterol or low hdl cholesterol, diabetes mellitus, very important risk factor for heart disease and very closely correlated with increasing degrees of obesity. obesity can damage a person's joints and affect their ability to move. the large, weight bearing joints in the lower extremities-- the hips, knees, ankles, etc. those joints have a much higher likelihood of developing severe and premature degeneration because of the extra stress associated with obesity. mary pat anderson: i have very bad knees, had knee surgery about 15 years ago, and found myself sitting in my classroom and sending students to get books and papers and so forth, and just hardly moving at all, which just continues the cycle of gaining. even if i wasn't eating as much as i used to, i wouldn't lose because i wasn't moving at all. obesit also linked to certain types of cancer. older women have a higher risk of breast cancer if they're very heavy. they have a higher risk of endometrial cancer and their obesity may be, in some way, related to colon cancer, as well, and for men, to prost
. >>> this stepout walk to stop diabetes is this weekend. it's a cause very near to all of us here in the morning. we'll have more on that. >> uh-huh. that's right. plus, some expert advice from a fitness expert on how to battle this disease. >> we'll be back. >>> it's 6:141. 64-degrees and in extremely busy morning traffic wise. start with the story on the inner loop of the beltway two separate tractor-trailer accidents, one happened at 1:00 morning. another one at 4:30 this morning. both in the same spot. inner loop before route 355 right here in bethesda. step out and live first from our paul lester at the scene. on the inner loop before 355. these are all those people stuck on the beltway with authorities on the scene and you're looking i believe at one of the tractor-trailers involved there as well. now, both of those tractor- trailers, they need to off load the fuel and that's why they're in the letting nip of this -- not letting any of this traffic through. basically all of these people have been sitting there since 4:30 this morning and will be there i believe for at least another 45 minutes
get diabetes or hypertension when they gain and some don't. here is john donvan. >> two sausage buttery burr ti- >> a number three. >> he goes to the drive-thru. again and again. and again. >> thank you very much. >> and why? for science. dave giocolo is a guinea pig of sorts. back up a few months, put dave in his car and here was the heaad he heard. >> this study includes a short term high coalorie diet and the diet program. >> reporter: offering to pay people to add fat to their own bodies, adding an extra meal each day, 1,000 calories worth of fast food and a lot of people came forward. like dave. a salesman. >> once i got into work i called right away and i tried to e-mail them. >> reporter: for what? research. >> you can see this is x-ray slice through the abdomen where you can see the thick rim of fat around the outside. >> reporter: the doctor wanted to find out why only some people who gain weight also get diabetes and hypertension and others do not something he could not research by feeding food pellets to lab animals. >> what you learn in rodents does not always trans
diabetes and when doctors started looking at it they saw something striking. >> when they looked at these large group of die bets, they found that those who were taking met fo ormen were having less cancers. >> it's fascinating. >> it is fascinating. >> dr. lu says tumors feed on insulin and it's lowered by the insulin levels so now she's launching a clinical trial to see if this really could be an effective treatment. >> the question is do we use it in patients once they have measurable disease and, you know, use it at that point -- at this point should we use it when people are in remission? we don't really know. >> what we do know is this. based 207b years of data, side effects are minor and rare and while cancer drugs cost tens of millions of dollars, metformin koufts like 10 cent as day. >> part of that is paying for failures. you see even if the medication is promising enough to be tested in humans, the vast majority those will not work. but that staggering cost and all those false start vd led many to take a new sort of approach, using old medications to find new cures. in
disease or for their diabetes or their high blood pressure or their cholesterol or their hepatitis b. we actually provide group medical visits and group education classes and meeting people who have similar chronic illnesses as you do really helps you understand that you are not alone in dealing with this. and it validates the experiences that you have and so you learn from each other. >> i think it's very important to try to be in tune with the needs of the community and a lot of our patients have -- a lot of our patients are actually immigrants who have a lot of competing priorities, family issues, child care issues, maybe not being able to find work or finding work and not being insured and health care sometimes isn't the top priority for them. we need to understand that so that we can help them take care of themselves physically and emotionally to deal with all these other things. they also have to be working through with people living longer and living with more chronic conditions i think we're going to see more patients coming through. >> starting next year, every day 10,000 people
. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight loss. if you have any of these signs, please call your doctor. early detection can save your life. give to save lives and reach for the cure. call now or log on to childrensdiabetesfoundation.org. >>. >> john: people complain that political campaigns are too shallow. why don't they talk more about the important issues? well, its good reason. >> oh, my gosh. how can i not know this? >> who is this? >> i have no idea. [ laughter ] >> john: these are all these get out the vote campaigns. >> get out and voted. >> john: i don't want everyone to vote because some people don't know much. >> i'm in the times squares and show possible termination of important politicians, most people didn't know speaker john boehner? >> many didn't know nancy pelosi >> i don't know. >> john: and actual vice president. >> who is this? >> i don't know who that one is. >> many were better at celebrities. >> justin beiber! >
and diabetes. >> translator: people would be disappointed if i didn't eat. what else can i do but eat as much as i can? >> reporter: on weekends, even more dishes arrive. followers deliver an assortment of meat, fried food, and other delicacies to the temple. they believe the food will reach the ancestors and other skedeced relatives when it's eaten by monks. >> translator: i made an offering for my deceased child and parents. >> translator: i hear the delicious food people bring to the temple makes monks suffer from hypertension or high cholesterol levels. even so, i want to make a delicious offering. >> reporter: a recent survey showed nearly half of the country's monks are overweight. a hospital for monks in bangkok launched a program in may to fight obesity. it's designed to help overweight monks shed weight. paidat signed up for the course. thai monks are prohibited from exercising by their religious tenets. even jogging or aerobics is forbidden so they're encouraged to stretch to lose weight. >> translator: monks have a duty to start to diet. many of them suffer from diabetes. so they c
hypertension and diabetes. >> translator: people would be disappointed if i didn't eat. what else can i do but eat as much as i can? >> reporter: on weekends, even more dishes arrive. followers deliver an assortment of meat, fried food, and other delicacies to the temple. they believe the food will reach the an ses sors and other deceased relatives when it's eaten by monks. >> translator: i made an offering for my deceased child and parents. >> translator: i hear the delicious food people bring to the temple makes monks suffer from hypertension or high cholesterol levels. even so, i want to make a delicious offering. >> reporter: a recent survey showed nearly half of the country's monks are overweight. a hospital for monks in bangkok launched a program in mai to fight obesity. it's designed to help overweight monks shed weight. paitat signed up for the course. monks are prohibited to exercising, even jogging is forbidden, so they are encouraged to stretch to lose weight. >> translator: monks have a duty to start to diet. many of them suffer from diabetes, so they can't carry out their reli
increase the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. >> what it could mean for people trying to lose weight is you might have more success if you're getting adequate sleep. >> reporter: they studied the cells of healthy people who got eight and nine hours of sleep. then they compared the results. they found that after four nights of four and a half hours of sleep, the subject's fat cells acted like those of someone 50 pounds heavier. >> what this study shows is you can really have metabolic defects at the tissue level when not getting enough sleep. >> reporter: proving that sleep isn't just beneficial for cognitive function but for overall health. so she says she plans on adding a good night's sleep to her health routine and sharing the information with her class. >> everybody needs to know all the facts about what they have to control, to handle or change. >> reporter: the good news is, after two nights of 12 hours of sleep, the subjects were able to reverse their risk for diabetes. the full study will be released in the annals of internal medicine on tuesday. the reporting from cedars-sin
a diabetes epidemic. i read a sign that you should not shame people into being in shape. shame does not hurt as much as diabetes. [laughter] because you are a decent and humane person, you would never have -- i am more sinister. i literally want people to feel -- i want them to stub their toes. if they sell their tow, they walk around. that is the prism from which i operate. this world, our nation, our community, they need something different. anything that makes you comfortable makes you week. when you sit at home and eat a lot, you are comfortable but it is not doing you any good. you have to strain and stress and test yourself. that is the way i looked at comedy. tavis: i get the sense -- i was asking you whether you are still on the road as much as you have been. by the way, tomorrow night you are here in l.a. i have my tickets. do you have tickets? >> now you have your tickets. all of a sudden, the camera went dark. tavis: if you're in l.a. tomorrow and there is a ticket last summer, at nokia. that is tomorrow night, if you are in town. i asked you if you were still on the road as much
made my son get a shot. >> the center is encouraging people over 65 and those with asthma and diabetes living in west contra costa county to get a flu shot this year. >> richmond has one of the highest rates of asthma and diabetes. >> some doctors concerned people may decide to skip because last year was a mild flu season. there hsu with c -- ucsf says this year's vaccine form lated to protect against two new strains. >> this might be a virulet strain of. if you don't get the vaccine you're not going to be protected from the strain. >> today's clinic was a chance for nursing students to practice skills. they all volunteered today. >> one of the things they get out of it is giving back to the community. it's helping them. >> good for them. this year, this county's health department is requiring all nurses, doctor skbrorz hospital staff also get a flu shot. i'm live in san pablo, abc 7 news. no. dinot get a shot but i will. >> here at the station, leanne. thank you. traffic is flowing smoothly now but in a matter of hours that will not be the case. etc. part of a $3 million project to th
obesidad se ha traducido en un aumento de diabetes que han pasado a duplicarse en las últimas tres décadas. sin embargo, no todas las personas con exceso de peso serán diabéticas. pero, ¿cómo saber si al final esos kilos de más se transformarán en diabetes? parece que la clave está en el tamaño del abdomen. los hombres que consumen suficiente cantidad de antioxidantes en su alimentacion podrian tener espermatozoides de mejor calidad que los que carecen de esos nutrientes, vitaminas c , e y las del grupo b y minerales como el y zinc son parte de lo que se considera como antioxidantes. vamos a una pausa, pero antes oscar burgos con un adelanto y buenas noticias para los nacionales... buenas tardea a todos, bienvenidos a los deportes y bueno vamos inciar rapiddamen te con el biebsol y iniciamos aqui en el parque de los nacionales, y es que gracias al trabajo de los lanzadores gio gonzalez y stephen strasburg, el brío de bryce harper y el bateo de adam laroche, los nacionales de washington lograron suficientes victorias entre abril y septiembre para que, a pesar de perder en el prime
in and help prevent childhood obesity, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, just spread the awareness of the benefits of living healthy. >> what are the problems we are seeing with childhood obesity. >> it leads to things like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and a shorter life span, really. >> thank you so much for joining us. physical education. that was my favorite subject. i loved pe. hats off to you. that starts at 9:30. the kids will be surprised. the idea is to get them up and moving 60 minutes a day. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> five things you need to know, tomorrow first of three presidential debates up to election day. barack obama and mitt romney are tackling a number of issues in denver. a pa judge expected to rule about a new state law requiring every voter to present a photo id at the polls opponents say it will deprive some people of their right to vote. today find out if the latest search for jimmy hoffa's body turned up clues. they dug through concrete. soil samples are looked at to be sure they contain human remains. >>> maceys is ramping up hiring , the retailer
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